Universal Mini RFID Tag

Features

  • Smaller footprint and lower profile while still achieving excellent read range sets this product apart from others
  • Patented inlay design obtains excellent read ranges regardless of surface – metal, plastic, even wood
  • Subsurface printing on durable polyester protects printed copy against moderate solvents and caustics/acids

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$5.37
price per label
$537.00 for 100 tags

Preview

The only thing "mini" about this tag is its size!

With a smaller footprint and lower profile than the original Universal RFID Asset Tag, the Universal Mini RFID Asset Tag easily fits in smaller places and on assets where other tags may be too large. Developed using the same premise as our original Universal RFID Asset Tag, the smaller tag utilizes a patented inlay design and passive RFID technology to obtain incredible read ranges on a variety of different materials - metal, plastic, even wood. And customer programming matches the printed bar code information for two tracking technologies.

Specifications Data
Material Inlay wrapped around 1/32” closed cell foam. Total thickness .047”.
Serialization Bar code and human-readable equivalent are produced using the latest high-resolution digital technology available, which provides excellent clarity and easy scanning. Code 39 is the standard symbology with a range of 2.7 to 5.4 CPI (characters per inch). Optional symbology is Code 128.
Label Copy The label copy may include block type, stylized type, logos or other designs
Colors Standard colors include black, red, yellow, green, dark blue, orange, purple or blue. Custom spot colors are also available at no additional charge. Due to contrast needed for the bar code scanner, all bar codes are black.
Standard Adhesive Pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive
Frequency Range Custom designed UHF inlay uses Alien Higgs 3 chip or Impinj R6P chip optimized for use between 902-928 MHz.
Sizes 2.75" x .75"
Packaging Produced and shipped in roll form.
Shipment 14 business days

Price Table

Size 1 - 299 300 - 499 500 - 999 1000 - 2999 3000 - 4999 5000 - 6999 7000 - 9999
2.75" x .75" $5.37 $3.67 $2.69 $1.94 $1.41 $1.21 $1.14

Color Price Table

Size 1 - 299 300 - 499 500 - 999 1000 - 2999 3000 - 4999 5000 - 6999 7000 - 9999
2.75" x .75" $5.48 $3.76 $2.74 $1.97 $1.42 $1.22 $1.15

Asset Tracking

Audio Equipment

Computers

Indoor Crates

Inventory Management

IT Assets

Laptops

Monitors

OEM Product Identification

Office Equipment

Returnable Containers

Chemical Test Summary
The Universal Mini tags were attached to a sheet of glass submerged in various chemicals for a 3 week period. Observations were made at the following intervals: 2 hours, 24 hours, 1 week, 2 weeks, and 3 weeks. A Motorola handheld RFID reader as well as a handheld barcode reader were used to test the samples.
Chemical Test Data
Length of immersion Water Glass cleaner Bathroom Cleaner Isopropyl alcohol 99% Acetone NaOH pH 12.0 HCI pH 1.0 Brake Fluid
2 hours no effect no effect no effect no effect no effect no effect no effect no effect
24 hours no effect no effect no effect no effect no effect no effect no effect no effect
1 week no effect no effect RFID tag read with difficulty (significantly lower hits/second) no read Tag structure weakened Tag detatched no effect no effect
2 weeks no effect RFID tag read wtih diffuculty (significantly lower hits/second) RFID tag read wtih diffuculty (significantly lower hits/second) no read no read tag detached no read no effect
3 weeks tag peeled easily tag peeled easily no read; tag peeled easily no read; tag peeled easily no read tag detatched no read; tag peeled easily no effect
Temperature Test Summary
High-temperature resistance test - These tags were attached to a sheet of glass at raised temperatures for 10 minutes. Tags were then removed from the oven and tested for readability immediately.
Low-temperature resistance test - The Universal Mini tags were attached to a sheet of glass at low temperatures outdoors. Tags were then checked for readability with a Motorola handheld RFID reader. Tags survived and were readable for 19 hours in Iowa winter conditions with temperatures between -21 to -26°F with no signs of failure.
Temperature Test Data
Temperature RFID read test (immediately out of oven) Appearance of tags
125°F Reads well No change
135°F Reads well No change
145°F Reads well No change
165°F Reads well Slight curling at edge
185°F Reads well Slight curling at edge
205°F Reads well Slight curling at edge
225°F Reads well Severe curling at edge - tag discolored
250°F Test failed Tag destroyed
Read Range Test Summary
In many cases the tags read intermittently for longer distances than those indicated, however, the results reported below were for continuously responding reads.
Read Range Test Data
Universal Mini Anechoic Chamber Results
Sample Metal Plastic Cardboard Wood Glass
Average 13.47 feet 6.8 feet 6 feet 9.67 feet 13.33 feet